Perth Museum and Art Gallery is located near the site of a former Dominican friary and overlooks the north end of George Street. (See Map)
In 1824, this Roman Pantheon style building, designed by David Morison, was erected in memory of Lord Provost Thomas Marshall. Its main purpose was to house the collections of Literary and Antiquarian Society.
Each year tens of thousand visitors come to the museum to see its displays on the social history and archaeology of natural history of Perthshire, together with the items of furniture, silverware and glass. In addition there is a large collections of costume, arms and armour, and coins, medals and postage stamps.
Event details can change. Please check with the organisers that the event is happening before making travel arrangements.
George Street, Perth, PH1 5LB, Scotland
|Telephone:||+44 1738 632488|
Museum and Art Gallery
|Operator:||Museums Galleries Scotland|
year Monday - Saturday 10am - 5 pm apart from Christmas
and New Year holidays |
Sunday opening - between May - September
1 - 4.30pm
|Admission:||Free (donations welcome)|
|Parking:||Pay & display, disabled, multi-storey and on-street parking nearby.|
|Accessibility:||For visitors with a disability
our facilities include
steps, ramped and lift access into the building. Inside, most
on one level with fully accessible toilets and free use of a wheelchair
during your visit if required. |
|Toilets:||Baby changing facilities are sited in both male and female toilets.|
Last updated 03/04/2015